I am a hungry actor: Paresh Rawal (Movie Snippets)

Syndicated from IANS | Published on Sun, Oct 7 2012 15:30 IST | 11 Views | Add comment
Mumbai, Oct 7

From a wicked Velji in "Sir" to a funny Baburao Ganpatrao Apte in "Hera Pheri", Paresh Rawal has dabbled with a variety of roles in his career spanning over two decades. But he is still discontented and strives for meaty roles.

"For me, a role is a role. I don't see it as a protagonist or an antagonist. Even if I am not in the lead role, but if I have a good role, I do it with honesty," Paresh told IANS in an interview.

"As an actor I am very hungry. Give me a good and meaty role and I am on for it. I like to do roles that I enjoy and involves some sort of a challenge. Anything that can be done easily, I don't enjoy doing it. The only nice thing about it (easily doable jobs) that you get money," he added.

Recently, he played an atheist in Umesh Shukla's "Oh My God", an adaptation of his Gujarati play.

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Richa, Neil to star in romantic comedy

Actors Neil Nitin Mukesh and Richa Chaddha have teamed up for the first time for a romantic comedy and its director Prerna Wadhawan's says that the fresh pair will be one of the USPs of her yet-to-be-titled debut movie.

"I am happy that both Richa and Neil came together for the film. The fresh pair will be one of the USPs of the film. The whole team is very young and we are all excited about starting the project soon," Wadhawan said in a statement.

She has roped in VJ Bani and Manish Anand for the movie. However, she is yet to finalise the title for the project that will go on the floors this year and will hit the theatres in 2013.

After doing a small role in "Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!" Richa got recognition with "Gangs of Wasseypur". Meanwhile, Neil is busy with his upcoming movies "Short Cut Romeo" and "David"

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My music reflects my upbringing: Adnan Sami

Mumbai-based Pakistani singer Adnan loves blending western instruments with Indian and says that he has learned this skill due to his upbringing.

"The fact of the matter is that I like to present western instrument along with Indian instrument. That is very reflective of the kind of person I am. My father made sure that if I was a big fan of Beethoven, then I should be well-versed with Ghulam Ali saheb. That is exactly how my music is. It reflects who I am, it reflects my musical education also," Adnan told IANS.

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